A big congratulations to Anthony Zinno, the winner of the 2015 World Poker Tour L.A. Poker Classic Main Event! Zinno bested a field of 538 entries to lay hands to lay hands on the $1,015,860 first-place prize and a $15,400 entry into the season-ending WPT World Championship. In addition, he received a WPT Champions Trophy, a pair of gold Monster 24k Headphones and a Hublot Oceanographic 4000 Watch.
The World Poker Tour L.A. Poker Classic Main Event is down to a final table of 6 players (the tournament drew a field of 538 entries) after several intensive days of play. Even though Igor Yaroshevskyy is the chip leader with 5,315,000, all eyes will be on Anthony Zinno (1,480,000 chips) when the televised final table kicks off.
Mike Leah entered the third and final day of the WSOP APAC High Roller with more than half of the chip in play (2,576,000). The fact is that only one of his opponents, David Yan, had a stack of more than 1 million chips amongs the 6 finalists. After Brian Roberts, Sam Khouiss, 2012 WSOP Main Event winner Jonathan Duhamel and 2012 WSOP Main Event runner up Jesse Sylvia had hit the rail, the two big stacks played heads-up for the title.